Israel is facing two Palestinian camps: Hamas does not want to make peace with Israel because it believes Israel ought not to exist, and Fatah can't make peace with Israel because it is too weak
Hamas's decision to participate in the upcoming local and municipal elections will further strengthen the movement and pave the way for it to extend its control from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank.
By calling the election and allowing Hamas to participate, Abbas is digging his own grave, and presiding over the burial of any so-called peace process with Israel.
Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon have become in the past few decades bases for various innumerable militias and terrorist groups.
The Jordanian public opposes confederation, fearing the confederation would lead to the "dilution" of the Jordanian identity, creating instability and undermining security.
Abbas turned 81 last week and appears ready to remain at the helm until his last day -- free elections for Palestinians be damned.
Abbas has perfected the art of distraction by regularly blaming Israel & threatening to resign
Hamas can't tolerate Palestinians rejoicing & celebrating-Hamas is the "Grinch" who stole New Year!
Is Abbas serious about stepping down? Critics claim he's bluffing, others believe he intends to
Few Arab Israelis found anything positive in the decision of its MKS to join any Gaza flotilla.
Hamas is continuing to prepare its next war against Israel instead of improving conditions in Gaza
Riot started when Muslim students wore the Pal. kaffiyeh and Druze students demanded them removed
Kerry and Obama must start listening to what Palestinian leaders are telling their people in Arabic.
Adult activists who send and encourage children to take part in violence should be held accountable.
Fatah: Hamas stole relief aid for Gaza and distributed it amongst its followers in mosques.
Arab leaders who want the US to stop Islamic State are afraid of being dubbed traitors and US agents
Hamas seems to have reached the conclusion that the reconciliation pact with Abbas will not do it any good.
The dispute over money between Hamas and Fatah shows that each group signed the reconciliation agreement for its own interests.
While they continue to hate Israel and seek its destruction, many Arabs admire the independence of Israel's judicial system.
The Palestinian Authority has jailed more than 350 Arabs for "security" reasons in just 2014.